Anna M.

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Anna M.
Directed by Michel Spinosa
Produced by Patrick Sobelman
Written by Michel Spinosa
Starring Isabelle Carré
Gaëlle Bona
Geneviève Mnich
Gilbert Melki
Cinematography Alain Duplantier
Edited by Chantal Hymans
Release date(s)
  • 14 February 2007 (2007-02-14) (Berlin International Film Festival)
Country France
Language French

Anna M. is a 2007 French thriller film, written and directed by Michel Spinosa and starring Isabelle Carré and Gilbert Melki.

Plot[edit]

Anna, a somewhat introverted woman, becomes obsessed with the orthopedic surgeon who helped with her recuperation following a car accident. Incorrectly believing the love to be reciprocated, she embarks on several attempts to stay in touch with him but, after several rejections, finds herself descending into despair and, ultimately, hatred.

Cast[edit]

Reaction[edit]

Anthony Quinn, writing for The Independent, gave the film three out of five stars.[1] Film4 gave it the same, calling it "entertaining".[2]

Awards and nominations[edit]

  • César Awards (France)
    • Nominated: Best Actress – Leading Role (Isabelle Carré)
  • Étoile d'Or (France)
    • Won: Best Actress (Isabelle Carré)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Anna M (15) - Film Reviews, Film & TV - The Independent
  2. ^ Anna M Movie Review (2007) from Channel 4 Film

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